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The issue for discussion today is the following:
You might have felt that we Indians love elections as if there is something intoxicating about it. Many Indian states will have assembly elections this year. It is evident that frequent elections have caused the political parties to be in poll mode throughout the year with little emphasis on governance and issues of importance.
Whom do you blame this for? Are political parties to be blamed or is it the ignorant voter who is responsible for this? Can media be blamed for focussing too much on issues that hardly matter or is it the folly of the architects of Indian Constitution who couldn’t envisage such possibility? Can you suggest some remedy to ensure that elections don’t hamper the nation building project?
- In real interview one will never get much time to express, so try to visualize and then write succinctly. Do not consider it an essay 🙂
- Raise counter questions when reviewing others. This will broaden the dimensions as the same will happen in interview.
- Counter questions will help in better expression as well as expose to various aspects one may have missed while writing. It will lead to better understanding of the issue.
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